What constitutes a QCT?

Qualified Census Tract is a federal designation for census tracts in which at least half of the households have income below 60 percent of the area median income or have a poverty rate of 25 percent or more.

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1. What constitutes a QCT?
2. Why are grants only being offered in these areas of the city?
3. I dipped into my savings to pay my mortgage/rent/utilities. Can I get reimbursed?
4. My businesses is struggling but I’ve kept up with my mortgage/rent/utilities. Can I get help with other expenses?
5. My small business is not in a QCT but many of my customers live in QCTs. Am I eligible for a grant?
6. We’re a small non-profit. What documents do we need to submit to show that we serve clients in a QCT?
7. What are social service non-profits?
8. I’m a small business. How do I determine how many full-time equivalent (FTE) employees I have?
9. How do I document the number of FTEs in my small businesses?
10. Why are grants restricted to assisting with arrears in mortgages, rent or utilities?
11. Can I apply if received other state or federal pandemic assistance?
12. If I receive a grant, do I have to pay taxes on it?
13. If I’m approved, how quickly will I receive assistance?
14. Do sole proprietors qualify for grants?
15. Do contractors I use count toward FTEs?
16. How much money is available for relief grants?
17. Where is the money for the grants coming from?
18. Will the city be offering other pandemic assistance in the future?